The Alliance’s 2020 annual report shows strong momentum for projects and reform
Reports Shows Evolving Work Focus Around Innovation and Digitised Approaches
Initiative aims to boost competitiveness of Senegal’s agriculture sector
Madagascar is making a major stride in improving business conditions for companies large and small by agreeing to two new projects with the Global Alliance for Trade Facilitation that will simplify trade processes and make them more transparent and predictable, cutting costs and saving time for businesses.
There has been an overwhelmingly positive response to Morocco’s first trade-focused hackathon held over December 2020 and January 2021, with the Smart Port Challenge 2020 generating more than 70 leading edge solutions to trade facilitation challenges.
Morocco’s National Ports Agency and National Single Window PORTNET, together with the Alliance for and Morocco’s port community, announce the first Smart Port Challenge 2020 hackathon which will take place from 18 December 2020 to 29 January 2021
Alliance and USABC announce collaboration to identify Covid-19 vaccine import challenges in ASEAN countries
The two organisations will identify the obstacles to distributing vaccines and related medical equipment in the region in order to help ASEAN countries bring an end to the pandemic
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We are taking part in our first hackathon! Contestants will be thinking big about what we can do to use trade facilitation to deliver inclusive and sustainable economic growth in developing and least developed countries
Toyota, a global mobility company, has become the latest world leading business to join the Global Alliance for Trade Facilitation as a partner. Alliance partners provide their skills and expertise to Alliance projects which help developing and least-developed countries improve the ease of cross-border trade and unlock inclusive economic growth.